Pennsylvania-based alternative outfit, Young and Heartless, combines influences of indie-rock and Midwest emo to deliver textured tracks that will transport you to a late-night drive down the backroads of your small town.
Today the band is exclusively streaming their third full-length album, $ERMON, due out tomorrow, via Brooklyn Vegan. Fans can give it a spin a day ahead of its release here.
On the 11-track album, the band shares, “$ERMON exists as a wave of thoughts and feelings drenched in nostalgia. Some songs describe a moment or place, others a place in time. Many songs are frustrated memoirs of being betrayed by relationships, failing long standing expectations, and exhausted sighs of sadness. It is Young and Heartless’ last sermon to an empty chapel.”
Born out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s hardcore/pop-punk scene, the band’s blend of moody introspection and tense indie rock has drawn comparisons to acts like Brand New and Balance & Composure. After a few EPs, a few full-lengths, and a record deal with Hopeless Records, today in 2020, the band is composed of singer/guitarist Jeremy Henningerand guitarist Bryan Tricarico.
$ERMON is due out May 29, 2020. For more information, please visit
$ERMON Track Listing
- JOHN WAYNE
- WAY OUT OF EVERYTHING
“The time away has only helped Y&H expand their sonic palette, which is now more atmospheric and has more of an electronic-tinged art rock vibe than ever.” – Brooklyn Vegan
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